A follow-up to my post on Getting Started with the Dynamics Web API – on a recent project, I was building a custom hosted control in the USD that leveraged the Dynamics Web API.
However, when I went to deploy my control, my USD instance would implode and not load whatsoever.
Turns out the issue was a result of me using a higher version of the Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory dll (the latest 3.19) than what is supported in the USD (using 2.22).
The resolution was to downgrade my implementation of this dll to use 2.22 et voila, my solution deployed perfectly and my USD was no longer imploding.
I should note that for the above this is all done using v2 of the USD on a Dynamics 8.2 instance.